Pomegranates. How do they work? All those tiny seeds and waxy, bitter parts covering them. How do I eat them without a mouthful of seeds and bad taste?
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The seeds are - although unpleasant to chew on - edible. Typically how we - my family and I - eat them is to dig out all the seeds we can find and then eat the seeds... The waxy bitter parts are not to be eaten.
Delicious and safe!
So I took this to mean: How do you eat Pomegranates without sucking on all the little seeds?
- Take the Pomegranate seeds and put them in a bowl. Now crush them with something hard and strain them through a strainer. This will make you Pomegranate juice. You may need several Pomegranates.
This is all I would think you could do beside drying the seeds or crushing them, because the seeds and the juice are the only edible portion.